Fulham back in the Premier League

Fulham back in the Premier League

"We trust he'll be at his best level". "There's not many better feelings than this".

Aston Villa were beaten 1-0 by Fulham at Wembley Stadium on Saturday and fans took to social media to slam one of their players for his performance in the game. "This is our project, this Fulham is my club, my staff", said the Whites boss. "We needed two and a half years", he said.

The riches of the Premier League, which will be at least £160m, are theirs to savour, and their concerns over keeping this side together next season will have been washed away, at least temporarily, by the champagne that flowed last night. That (January) transfer window was successful and gave an important push for the team.

Employing similar adventurousness in the Premier League will require additional talent, but adopting the lesson of the clubs from 2017 and sticking with a nucleus of the promotion team could be the most sensible approach. We've been dealing with Financial Fair Play for the past 12 months.

"I am delighted with the style we play, the players, with the staff".

Tom Cairney's 23rd-minute goal ultimately proved enough to steer Fulham to the Premier League as Villa, who were much improved in the second half, were unable to find a leveller. We need to be courageous, we need to make investment, we need to spend money to survive or to make a more important step.

After the game, Cairney told Sky Sports: "We knew we wouldn't shrink in this environment".

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"Unbelievable, a dream come true".

Promotion surely makes the immediate future of the likes of Cairney, Ryan Sessegnon and Ryan Fredericks more secure, while putting the west Londoners in a stronger position to tie up on-loan stars. We all are. With a big game, it's tough to swallow.

Alongside Neil Warnock, Bruce holds the record for promotions to the top-tier of English football with four having done so with Birmingham and Hull City twice apiece.

"We are very proud and proud of Fulham today".

The United States, China, Japan or perhaps a player-manager role is a likely move for the 37-year-old if he decides to dig out his boots again rather than a clipboard.

Fulham's Denis Odoi is shown a red card by referee Anthony Taylor after fouling Aston Villa's Jack Grealish.

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